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Fish Care: Foxface

Fish Care: Foxface

12/02/2018 0
Foxface (Siganus vupinus or Siganus unimaculatus) and 27 other rabbitfish species are found exclusively under the Siganidea family consisting of only a single genus Siganus. The characterized elongated mouth of a foxface is thought to resemble a fox’s muzzle, thus giving birth to the generic name “foxface”...
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Fish Care: Clownfish

Fish Care: Clownfish

06/02/2018 0
Clownfish is a generic name for at least 30 species of anemonefish that are well-known for their symbiotic relationship with sea anemones. Owing to their hardiness and adaptibility, clownfish are often recommended for newbie aquarists who have just started in the marine fishkeeping hobby...
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Fish Care: Blue Pacific Tang

Fish Care: Blue Pacific Tang

01/02/2018 0
The Pacific Blue Tang is a very common fish in the marine fishkeeping hobby. Its body exhibits shades of dark blue with a notable variation ranging from light to dark depending on its life stages and stress level. As indicated by some of its common names, the Pacific Blue Tang possesses a unique spine shaped like a surgeon’s scalpel that can be retracted along the base of its tail on both sides...
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Aquarium Science: Freshwater, Brackish, & Saltwater Environment

Aquarium Science: Freshwater, Brackish, & Saltwater Environment

22/01/2018 0
Water chemistry can be a rather daunting topic even for a well-trained chemist. In this article, we will be discussing the basic sciences of a few relevant parameters in order to make you understand why housing your fishes and animals in the wrong environment can put their life in great danger...
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Crustacean Care: Hermit Crab

Crustacean Care: Hermit Crab

12/01/2018 0
Hermit crab is a generic name for at least 800-1000 species of terrestrial and aquatic shell-dwelling crab found under the superfamily Paguroidea. Only one species of aquatic hermit crab is currently known to dwell in freshwater while the rest live by the sea shore or spend their entire life living under the ocean. Slightly more than a dozen species of terrestrial hermit crabs in the Coenobita genus live a less restrictive life as they are amphibious...
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Fish Care: African Cichlid

Fish Care: African Cichlid

05/01/2018 0
African Cichlid or sometimes called the Lake Malawi Cichlid is a generic name for about 700-900 different cichlid species living in several great lakes of Northeastern Africa. They can vary in forms, sizes, and even colors between different genders of the same species...
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Small Mammal Science: Understanding Activity Patterns - Diurnality, Nocturnality, Crepuscularity, Cathemerality

Small Mammal Science: Understanding Activity Patterns - Diurnality, Nocturnality, Crepuscularity, Cathemerality

26/12/2017 0
In chronobiology, scientists, researchers and investigators alike study the cyclic events in living organisms by examining how they physiologically, biologically, and behaviorally respond to the day-and-night cycle. Since the term “living organisms” encompasses an astronomical number of living species, we will be narrowing down our scope of discussion to the activity cycle of just mammals...
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Reptile Care: Corn Snake

Reptile Care: Corn Snake

19/12/2017 0
The corn snake (Pantherophis guttatus) is commonly sold as pet snake in many reptile stores around the world. Being a crepuscular, semi-fossorial (burrowing) species, corn snakes are most active during the dawn and the dusk. In the wild, they spend a majority of their time hiding in tight crevices and underground burrows as well as underneath leaf patches, logs and rocks...
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